A real hooper might be afraid to go on a cruise, fearing they won’t be able to train and get shots up as they float away from the mainland. However, we found a way to do it over 7 days on the second biggest cruise ship in the world, the Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas which holds 5,500 passengers. Let’s just see how much basketball you can plan traveling from Florida through the Bahamas and the Caribbean.Continue reading “How to Keep Playing Basketball on a Caribbean Cruise”
New Orleans has a history as rich as its gumbo, and the basketball culture there is no different. Having a young star in Zion Williamson leading the Pelicans today, basketball is finally coming back to the forefront of the athletic scene in the city. In the years after Hurricane Katrina, it has been a slow and steady process rebuilding and renovating all of the famous parks and local basketball courts. Now there are many great places to practice around town all with their own unique perks and privileges. Although the south can get pretty hot and humid, these are the coolest and best basketball courts around the beautiful city of New Orleans.Continue reading “Top 10 Basketball Courts in New Orleans”
The city of Angels has everything a baller could ask for, to the max. Being the second largest populated city in the United States, it makes sense that it would house a huge basketball fanbase. The entertainment industry of LA is massive and is home to a whopping six professional sports teams.Continue reading “The 5 Coolest Basketball Courts in Los Angeles”
There are basketball courts everywhere. At Courts of the World, we have already put over 35,000 on our map. Most streetball courts resemble each other. They have similar surfaces, similar hoops, and are in similar locations. Then, there are those that just don’t fit the norm. Something makes them incredibly unique. Here’s a look at 10 such courts from around the world.
3D Basketball Court, Munich, GermanyContinue reading “The 10 Most Unique Basketball Courts in the World”